Jeopardy & English Class

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For my English class, I had to read Robinson Crusoe. I listened to the audio book with my family, and we finished the book around 8pm. About 30 minutes later we started watching the episode of Jeopardy that had recorded at 7:30pm, and, lo and behold, there was a question pertaining to Robinson Crusoe. This wasn’t the only coincidence, though. This often happens when we watch Jeopardy, but it was even more strange that, along with the Robinson Crusoe question, there was another question that directly related to something my mom and brother were talking about earlier in the day.
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Date submitted:Tue, 09 Feb 2021 06:08:08 +0000Coincidence ID:10665